Shell Transport Lubricants is distributed in Nigeria by Epoxy Oilserv limited, all Shell transport Lubricants is designed to go the distance
We work Epoxy Oilserv Work with the best transport companies in Nigeria we ensure our lubricants meet the challenges of your fleets and keep your vehicles on the road. Our complete product portfolio includes engine oils, greases, transmission oils, gear, Go Clear, coolants, and axle oils. Choosing from our wide range of technology-leading transport lubricants can make a real difference to your bottom line by providing:
- Enhanced protection
- Extended oil and equipment life
- Enhanced efficiency
- IN IT FOR THE LONG HAUL
Our experts can work alongside you to design a products and services package to help meet your needs and increase your profitability.
To help your equipment perform to its design standards, the hydraulic fluid needs to protect, lubricate and help transmit power in the most effective way. Shell Tellus hydraulic fluids are designed to help maintain – and even improve – the efficiency of hydraulic systems.
SHELL TELLUS RANGE
TRUCKS & HEAVY-DUTY VEHICLES- Shell Rimula Range of Engine oil for diesel engines
Your business depends on your truck, so you need it to work reliably and efficiently. This is why our scientists developed Shell Rimula heavy-duty diesel engine oils, to protect your engine, help you lower running costs and increase reliability. You’ve worked hard to make your business successful, so we’ve designed an engine oil that can help keep it that way.
AXLE AND TRANSMISSION OILS
Protecting axles and gears can reduce maintenance costs, extend vehicle life and maximise your return on investment. The Shell Spirax range of axle and gear oils offers proven protection, including the latest synthetic oils that deliver exceptional wear, pitting, bearing-failure and corrosion protection for heavy-duty axles, transmissions and gears operating under highly stressed conditions.
An engine coolant is a heat transfer fluid designed to remove excess heat from an internal combustion engine. An operating engine typically converts only one third of the energy derived through the combustion of fuel into work that moves the vehicle. The other two thirds is converted into heat, of which one third goes out with the exhaust. This leaves the remaining third in the engine block, necessitating the need for a coolant to adsorb this heat, transport it to the radiator and dissipate it into the environment.